Monthly Archives: July 2020

Saskatchewan Immigration Draw: 502 Invitations Issued Targeting 43 Occupations

Saskatchewan Immigration Draw: 502 Invitations Issued Targeting 43 Occupations

Saskatchewan immigration targeted Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry candidates in a new Expression of Interest draw, issuing invitations to 502 candidates. The July 29 Saskatchewan...
BC Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot: Province Extends Program Until 2024

British Columbia Entrepreneur Draw: 12 Candidates Invited Across 2 Streams

British Columbia immigration has issued invitations to 12 candidates across two provincial streams in a new Entrepreneur Immigration draw. The July 28 British Columbia Provincial...
How Duolingo Could Benefit by Hiring Through Canada’s Global Talent Stream

How Duolingo Could Benefit by Hiring Through Canada’s Global Talent Stream

An American tech company worth $1.5 billion is threatening to move jobs out of the United States and into Canada because of U.S. President...
British Columbia Immigration Issues 34 BC PNP Tech Pilot Invitations

British Columbia Immigration Issues 34 BC PNP Tech Pilot Invitations

A new BC PNP Tech Pilot draw saw 34 invitations issued to skilled workers and international graduates in 29 targeted occupations. The July 28 draw...
Why Canada Needs New Immigrants ‘More Than Ever’

Why Canada Needs New Immigrants ‘More Than Ever’

Canada remains committed to boosting immigration in the long term despite the COVID-19 pandemic grounding planes and closing borders. "Although we've had a disruption this...
1,300 Candidates Apply For Ontario’s Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream

1,300 Candidates Apply For Ontario’s Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream

A recent intake period for the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream saw Ontario immigration receive 1,300 applications.  The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) stream...
All the Ways Canada is Helping International Students Hit by Coronavirus Crisis

All the Ways Canada is Helping International Students Hit by Coronavirus Crisis

Ottawa is relaxing Canada study permit rules for international students for the coming school year to allow them to begin their courses online from...
British Columbia Targets 62 Tech Workers In New Provincial Draw

British Columbia Targets 62 Tech Workers In New Provincial Draw

A new BC PNP Tech Pilot draw saw British Columbia immigration issue 62 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates. The July 21 draw featured...
Canada’s COVID-19 Immigration Slowdown Sees Population Growth Drop to Lowest Rate Since 1916

Foreign Diplomats and Consular Officials Exempt From Canada’s International Travel Ban

Diplomats and consular officials from foreign countries – and their families – got the green light to travel to Canada this week, three months...
U.S. Universities Worried As International Student Numbers Fall, While Canada’s Cohort Grows

U.S. Universities Worried As International Student Numbers Fall, While Canada’s Cohort Grows

Canada’s can-do approach to immigration is seemingly attracting international students put off by U.S. President Donald Trump’s negativity, worrying U.S. colleges and universities. A growing...

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